Brig Ali approaches Abbottabad commission to record statement: Sources

Brig Ali has been accused of conspiring to overthrow the government, currently facing court martial proceedings.

Sumera Khan March 24, 2012
Brig Ali approaches Abbottabad commission to record statement: Sources

ISLAMABAD: Brigadier (retd) Ali Khan – who is accused of conspiring to overthrow the government and currently facing court martial proceedings – sent a request to the Abbottabad commission to record his testimony and to make revelations pertaining to the Kargil Operation and the 1999 military coup, sources have revealed.

Sources have said that Brig Ali has requested the Abbottabad commission to allow him to appear in a hearing as he has sensitive information pertaining to national security, which he think should be shared with them. He has, in his written request, stated that he is the one who was most affected by the May 2 raid in which Osama bin Laden was killed.

The application from Brig Ali had been sent though courier dispatch by his family.

Brig Ali, who is accused of having links with Hizb-ut-Tahrir (HuT), had earlier claimed that the court martial is to malign him because he had asked the military brass to fix responsibility for the May 2 raid. Charges of planning an air raid on the General Headquarters using F-16s had also earlier been dropped.


Taimur | 12 years ago | Reply

May Justice Prevail.....Ameen

Iftikhar | 12 years ago | Reply

He must have been a Captain in 1998 so he knows nothing about kargil. This is a joke. This man tried to attack Pakistani parliament and now he is called a hero. We are so naive as a nation.

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